DP: If you could bring one fictional character to life for a day…

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If you could bring one fictional character to life for a day, who would you choose?

Quite like one of the prompts I came up with a while ago – and it’s quite a fun topic to answer!

Jason Bourne would be an interesting character to bring to life, though a bit difficult to fit into our society – what with his compulsive need to engage in scenes of intense action.

Or better yet, Sherlock Holmes, with his acute deductive reasoning – and inclination towards the complex, he would be the perfect man to bring into the 21st Century, and a help to the police force, to be sure. Although this subject has been explored by many unofficial Sherlock Holmes authors and scriptwriters, it will be officially explored in a novel by Anthony Horowitz quite soon – one I’m certainly looking forward to!


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Posted on 03/10/2011, in Daily Post Topic, Post-A-Day {2011} and tagged , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. If we must give the devil his due, then should not the villian get his day?
    I vote for Arkadin to create some intense action. I think if I had a second choice I might pick Professor Moriarty to add some spice to life. Good post! Keep up the good work.

  2. Paul Atreides ~ bring him to life for just one day, please – I beg you! To be able to stand in the presence of the Kwizatz Haderach and discuss the plight of the Fremen.

    Good post ;).

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